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Transferring prepared e-mails to journals

Postby bentoman » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:23 am

Hello there,

Newbie to the forum.

First, thanks to all those involved in planning, developing, producing, maintaining, and improving OJS. My colleagues and I are have been producing two open access journals for a number of years now, and we're excited to be able to start implementing OJS into our workplace.

Second, a question...the two journals cover very different topics but they will share a number of things related to OJS, such as the kinds of prepared e-mails OJS has in place. We have been tweaking the contents of the e-mails for one of the journals, but I was wondering if it is possible to import or export prepared mails to other journals that are in the same OJS system (if that makes sense) we have set up? It would be a great time saver for us to be able to do this. If this question has been asked and answered before, my apologies.

Thanks in advance.
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